7 december, 2016 - kl. 16:30 till 18:00
Sida and FUF present:
More than half a century of Swedish Development Cooperation
– a historical perspective
Sweden has been officially working with development cooperation since the first government bill 1962:100 was adopted, more than half a century ago.
Which where the overall goals of this original Development Cooperation Act, and how have they been modified over time? What insights do we have today as to the results of Swedish development cooperation, and what will Sweden’s role be in the future?
Lennart Wohlgemuth is currently a Guest Professor in African Studies at the School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, and has wide knowledge and experience within the field of development cooperation. The Swedish International Development Agency (Sida), the Nordic African Institute, and the Swedish Agency for Development Evaluation (SADEV) are some of the organisations that Lennart has passed through during his career.
For this opportunity we will have the honourable presence of National Program Officers from over 10 different partner countries. Do not miss the chance to mingle with these field-experienced professionals!
When: 7/12 kl. 16.30-18.00
Where: Sida, Valhallavägen 199, Stockholm
How: Register HERE by latest November 28.